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Everywhere Around Me, I See…

The Darling Buds of May I love this time of year. The winter’s cold and snow are gone (for good, I hope) and the signs of spring have sprung. Especially precious is the growth of buds on the trees, a … Continue reading

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About Last Night…

Lucid Dreaming When I woke this morning, I had two bits of information that were featured in last night’s dream: The term “extra merit”; and the flag of Mexico. On their own, these bits don’t yield any direct meaning to … Continue reading

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It Never Rains, But It Snows

Our power was off for six hours this morning, while the utility company fixed the wires: Wichita Lineman, anyone? I am a lineman for the countyAnd I drive the main roadSearchin’ in the sun for another overload I hear you … Continue reading

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It Was A Good Day to Die

Cloe (September 1, 2005 – June 21, 2021) Susan and I spent an hour in bed this morning reminiscing about Cloe’s life. There is a hole where she used to be (laying between us, near our pillows) but we filled … Continue reading

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How John le Carré Describes George Smiley to His Readers

A Murder of Quality (1962) If you’re like me, you would have probably thoroughly enjoyed the Smiley Trilogy (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”, “The Honourable Schoolboy” and “Smiley’s People”). But I had never read one of the early books that introduced … Continue reading

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An Example of a Past-Life Regression: Through My Eyes

My Verbatim Notes, Written After the Session [Before I begin, I want to explain a couple of things. Before undergoing this regression, I had read Pierre Radisson’s journals covering his Voyages a few years previously. And the SAM referred to … Continue reading

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Did My Love of History Develop Because of This Actor?

Richard Burton (as Henry VIII in “Anne of the Thousand Days”) 1969 Something tells me that I identify with the characters that Richard Burton portrayed in films, especially during the 1950’s and 1960’s. These historical lions from the past became … Continue reading

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I Saw an Angel, Of That I’m Sure

You’re Beautiful (2004) My life is brilliantMy love is pureI saw an angelOf that I’m sureShe smiled at me on the subwayShe was with another manBut I won’t lose no sleep on that‘Cause I’ve got a plan You’re beautifulYou’re beautifulYou’re … Continue reading

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“He’s Probably Tired of His Own Singing…”

Eyes That See In The Dark (1983) You’re not meant to be aloneI’ll share your dreamI’ll show you love you’ve never knownTwo flames together in the deep of the night I’m up in your loveClose by you when you callI’ll … Continue reading

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And Tell You What I Feel About You

I Just Wanna Stop (1978) When I think about those nights in MontrealI get the sweetest thoughts of you and meMemories of love above the city lightsOooo, I’ve tried so hard to take itBut alone my heart won’t make it … Continue reading

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